It's your choice
By extension, it promotes the development and use of non-animal alternatives, for the good of man, animals and the environment. From a dietary point of view, it translates into avoiding any product derived, in whole or in part, from animals.
The criticism of factory farming is founded on the refusal to eat products that do not directly involve the killing of animals, such as milk and eggs.
The vegan choice reminds us that intensive farming is one of the leading causes of global heating and its impact on the environment has also been confirmed by organizations which are not affiliated with the vegan world.
Adopting a vegan diet is sometimes also referred to as an essential element in fighting world hunger, because proportionately much more land and resources are utilized in the production of meat than are needed for plant-based foods.
According to the Vegan Society, the production of meat, for example, requires 36 times more water than the production of wheat with an equal amount of kilocalories, and a significantly greater amount of energy, largely obtained from polluting fossil fuels.
The bulk of the blame for this waste of resources lies with most developed countries, which are among the main consumers of meat.
Our wines are obtained according to the dictates of the vegan philosophy, avoiding the use of animal-derived products in the various stages of cultivation, vinification and wine stabilization. Moreover our wines are not filtered, and are packaged with materials strictly ecological and with less environmental impact, such as the natural cork closure and the label produced with recycled paper, to avoid deforestation, and printed with ecological colors. The vegan symbol on our labels certifies the integrity of the process of ethics under which this wine is produced.